Elgin Street (Ottawa)
This North-South street starts with Wellington Street close to the limits north of the town of Ottawa, a little in the east of the Parlement of Canada and in the west of the bridge spanning the Canal Curtain. In the middle of Elgin Street Confederation Public garden is, which shelters the National War Memorial. In the south, in the east of Elgin is the National center of Arts; in the west the High British commission. More in the south, Elgin exceeds Confederation Park with the east and the Lord Elgin Hotel in the west. In the south of the park, just after Bay-tree Avenue, the Ottawa Court House is, opposite the First Baptist Church, then the City Hall (in the past seat of the Regional Municipality off Ottawa-Carleton) then the Knox Presbyterian Church.
In the south, the street penetrates in the district of the businesses, where it is bordered of stores, restaurants and bars. While progressing more to the south the street becomes residential, sheltering low houses. Elgin finishes on Queensway, where it becomes Hawthorne Avenue.
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